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By Yasmin Anwar Futurity When Starbucks announced plans to conduct anti-bias training at its 8,000 outlets following the unprovoked arrests of two African-American customers in Philadelphia, psychologist Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton was at once impressed and skeptical. A veteran scholar of…

By Marilyn Garateix Latino Ed Beat Michele Siqueiros recalled the day she arrived on a college campus. “I thought I had arrived on another planet,” she told a recent gathering of journalists who attended the Education Writers Association’s fourth…

By Eric Moreno SaludToday   Do you live in one of the countries healthiest cities? More and more cities are recognizing the importance building a culture of health for their citizens. Many have added built environment features, such as…

LatinaLista — Once upon a time Latinos were the darling of mainstream media. The major networks couldn’t do enough to tap into what they considered our sexy attributes: an influential market, a consumer-spending powerhouse and a political “sleeping giant.”…

By Cliff Despres SaludToday   The United States is home to 24 million workers of Hispanic descent. These workers, often referred to as a single entity, come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, each with their own unique labor…

By Eric Moreno SaludToday When it comes to smoking, there’s good and bad news for Latinos. The good: Researchers have long known that Latinos adults overall are less likely to smoke cigarettes than their white or black peers. The…

By Edward T. Rincón, Ph.D. LatinaLista A peek at Latinos residing in the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area illustrates how America’s metro areas are being transformed by the growing presence of Latinos. Ranked as the 7th largest Latino market in…